Whales and sharks may be dangerous, but whale sharks aren’t!

Are you brave enough to swim with the biggest existing fish species in the world? You don’t have to worry about catching up with their swimming speed (the same as you try to catch up with dolphins) because these filter-feeding sharks basically have sluggish movements. And guess what? It’s generally safe to swim them!


While you’ll find whale shark tours in countries like Mexico and huge aquariums, such as the Osaka (Japan) and Georgia (US) Aquariums, there are also affordable tours available in Cebu, Philippines as well as the Sorsogon region of the same country.

Take a good look at swimming with the whale sharks in Oslob, Cebu at Edcel Suyo’s video.
 

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